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a comprehensive community resource guide from the BCIU can be downloaded here:resource guide

Health insurance 

PCCY's Insurance Healthline (215-563-5848 x17) (website link above) helps parents sign their children up for Medicaid or CHIP over the phone. It is a free service; families in any language can receive help. During the coronavirus crisis PCCY are also helping parents sign up for Medicaid. PCCY makes it easy for parents to sign up for coverage, and they have several tools available to make it very easy for you to get the word out to your families in many different languages.

The Helpline is for parents:

  *   Who have lost their jobs and are worried about losing health coverage for their children and themselves
  *   Are concerned with the costs of testing and treatment of COVID-19
  *   With any questions about CHIP or Medicaid coverage
  *   With language interpretation needs

older adults

For resources relating to older adult services, please click the link above.

Neshaminy Manor is a non-profit nursing home funded in part by the taxpayers of Bucks County, and the Federal and State governments. The 360 bed sub-acute/skilled care facility providing short term and long term care is located south of Almshouse Road on Route 611 (Easton Road) in Warrington (Doylestown Township), in the heart of scenic Bucks County Pennsylvania.

For more information, please click the link above.

The Bucks County Positively Aging volunteer program provides opportunities for adults age 18+ to engage in volunteer service and contribute time, experience and knowledge to others in their communities.


There are many volunteer opportunities throughout Bucks County, and the Volunteer Coordinator will make every effort to match volunteers with an assignment that best meets their interests and skills. If specific services are offered, staff will make every effort to identify an organization that is in need and can best accommodate those skills and services. 


The BERA Program provides rental and utility assistance to eligible Bucks County tenants impacted by COVID-19. Both tenants and their landlords are encouraged to apply – either party can start the application.

For more information and to access the application, please click the link above.

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